Aprons offer good protective coverage for at-risk parts of the torso. Combined with welding sleeves, arms will stay protected, but offer a freer range of motion than full welding jackets. Aprons have the added advantage of extending coverage without the need for a full suit-up. Aprons will typically be made of more resistant, sturdier materials than jackets. The open back means mobility is not restricted. Aprons also often have useful utility pocket
Safety is the key issue when wearing a welding apron; meaning that it protects you and your clothing from hot metal and slag that is generated while welding, grinding or using a cutting torch.
As you might imagine, burns are the most common injury for a welder. 20-25% of them result in a hospital visit. Spatter and sparks can cause second and third-degree burns. They can also ignite clothing materials
Professional welders are constantly at risk on the job. Daily-use welding equipment puts out heat, sparks, metal, and fumes that are a danger. Welders are exposed to these threats for several hours of every day. Finding the best safety equipment is key. This means identifying the right type of protection for each job. Protective equipment should be usable and comfortable and the highest quality available.
It’s important that proper safety procedures be observed on any worksite. Obviously, it’s a responsibility that starts with the individual worker, but contractors as well as their clients need to be aware and assure that all necessary precautions are taken to provide for the protection of all workers as both an ethical and legal obligation.
To make understanding welding safety easier for everyone, this article will advantages of the various types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
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